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There are good check downs & bad ones. This is bad.— Jim Ayello (@jimayello) November 23, 2019
1. ILB has deep middle responsibility( ) & Chester burns him. Deep shot is there.
2. Rogers’ deep route takes the LB with him leaving a big vacated space for Marcus Johnson. It’s wide open, but Brissett has already checked down pic.twitter.com/XaAeCXSLUm
This is a great play by Brissett. If Oline had done a better job picking up the blitz, it could have been a bigger play. Instead, Brissett’s pass is tipped and Ebron has to lunge to make the catch. pic.twitter.com/md8PY0YvBD— Jim Ayello (@jimayello) November 24, 2019
Texans LBs show pressure, back off, then blitz leaving the middle of the field open.— Jim Ayello (@jimayello) November 24, 2019
Big ask, but would have been huge if Brissett identities blitz and knows what’s coming because he has Chester over the middle. He never sees him though and under pressure throws out of bounds. pic.twitter.com/TMCVEhAlpn
Couple things not to like here from Brissett.— Jim Ayello (@jimayello) November 23, 2019
1. The play action works beautifully. LBs suck up to LOS giving him a very clear window to hit Doyle over the middle, but he hesitates & misses it.
2. He abandons a clean pocket & —on a bad knee — runs himself into trouble. pic.twitter.com/K5xkMa8Etk
Don’t know if Pascal has the option on this route but would have loved to see him break this to the sideline rather than toward coverage in the middle.— Jim Ayello (@jimayello) November 23, 2019
Also Brissett does a great job to create time, but he has to finish this off with a better throw. Ebron has space for days. pic.twitter.com/97DYH5GLrp
I hate assigning blame on coverage busts bc it's not fair without talking to the parties involved. I wasn't able to speak w Malik Hooker or Pierre Desir after this DeAndre Hopkins play. But for life of me, I cannot figure out what Hooker is looking at. pic.twitter.com/g8jcg87EuQ— Stephen Holder (@HolderStephen) November 23, 2019